The 2019 Alfa Romeo 4C Spider in Jacksonville, FL, serving St. Augustine and Orange Park, is a luxury performance car that lets you experience the thrill of driving. Under the hood, you’ll find an impressive 1750 Turbocharged 4-cylinder engine generating 237 horsepower and 258 lb.-ft. of torque, so you can trust that you’re driving a car that can handle power. And, with Alfa DNA Pro Drive Mode Selector with Race Mode, you’ll experience the joy of a ride inspired by the racetrack. With a fuel range of 24 MPG in the city and 34 MPG on the highway, you’ll be able to go further longer, so you need only to worry about the journey. The car’s sleek, aerodynamic design, bold body lines, and 18-inch alloy wheels lend the car a style that tells onlookers you mean business. And, you’ll enjoy the fun of top-down driving thanks to the removable top cover. Inside, you’ll be riding in style with red leather-trimmed seats and carbon fiber accents, which give the interior a refined and athletic look. And, with an available microfiber steering wheel, driving is more comfortable – and more fun – than ever. You’ll have a rear back-up camera with rear park sensors, making it easy to maneuver tight spaces. The 2019 Alfa Romeo 4C Spider is the performance car that sets out to thrill.
There’s never been a better time to buy the performance car you’ve always wanted. Visit Alfa Romeo of Orange Park today at 8105 Blanding Blvd., Jacksonville, FL 32244 to test drive the 2019 Alfa Romeo 4C Spider. You’re going to love it, and we can’t wait to see you drive home in the sports car you’ve been dreaming of.
CARBON FIBER HALO
The 4C Spider is open-air driving at its finest. Revel in the feeling of the wind, sun and open air. Take notice of the gleaming available carbon fiber accents and premium interior detailing. All together, it’s pure driving bliss.
CARBON FIBER MONOCOQUE CHASSIS
Stronger and lighter than steel, the carbon fiber monocoque chassis is designed to further enhance the vehicle’s power-to-weight ratio.
STANDARD REAR BACK UP CAMERA
The standard Rear Back Up Camera displays a video image of the area behind your vehicle on the Rear View Mirror when you shift into reverse. It helps determine if an obstacle is in the vehicle's path when backing up.